About Westerville’s Huber Village Park

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AJ May 19, 2022
Updated 2022/05/19 at 5:25 PM
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Huber Village Park is located at 362 Huber Village Blvd., just west of Spring Road. The entrance is located on the north side of the road.

The park includes the following amenities:

  • Recreation Pathway – .7 miles
  • Lightning Prediction System
  • Eight Ball Diamonds
  • One Soccer/Sports Field
  • Playground
  • Two ADA Drinking Fountains
  • 10 Bike Racks
  • Nature Area: Woodland, Wetland
  • Playground (2-5 year old) with swings and (6-12 year old) with swings
  • Emergency Call Out
  • Bleachers
  • Lighted Flagpole
  • Concession (with scheduled ballfields)
  • Baseball Sculptures

Playground

Huber Village Park features the Planet Westerville playground in an entirely fenced-in area with one entrance/exit. This makes for easier supervision of larger groups of children.

There are two areas, one for younger children and another for older kids. Equipment includes, slides, climbing walls, nets and monkey bars.

The playground area also has a bench that is sheltered from the sun.

Shelter

Huber Village Park has a small shelter located near the playground. It can accommodate up to 40 people. It features the following amenities:

  • Five Square Tables
  • Electrical Outlets
  • Lighted
  • Charcoal Grill
  • ADA Accessible
  • Flush Facilities

You can reserve the shelter at the Westerville Parks and Recreation website.

Baseball Fields

Huber Village Park has eight ball diamonds available for use. A concession stand is available during scheduled use of the fields. Five are around a common area with the concession stand in the middle. A sculpture of children playing baseball is located in the common area.

Bathrooms

Restrooms with indoor plumbing are located about halfway between the baseball fields and the playground. They are locked after hours.

Other Facts

The park sits on more than 27 acres of land and has 219 available parking spaces, seven of which are ADA-accessible. Land for the park was acquired in 1972, and it was developed in 2000.

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